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About Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1919)
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Do You Pay 68
for Sirloin Steak?
or 33 Cents?
We serve all tastes
A recent Government bulletin quoted
sirloin steak in different cities at prices
ranging from 33 to 66 cents!
We buy live cattle, according to
quality, all the way from $7.00 to $20.00 per
hundred-weight, live weight Sirloins from
these cattle vary greatly in quality.
Some retailers sell 33 cent sirloins.
These steaks come from cheaper cattle.
Customers of other retailers demand
choice sirloins at 66 cents. These retailers
buy meat from higher-priced cattle.
Also, the retailer who carries complete
stocks, delivers to your door, and lets you
run a charge account, has to get higher
prices than the retailer who runs a "cash
and carry" store.
We sell beef of a given quality at
practically the same price all over the
country except for slight differences due
to freight rates.
And our profit hardly affects the price
at all only a fraction of a cent per pound.
Swift & Company, U. S. A..
1 tJpmm M V. ' ft I f
MarsHfiold, Or. May 20. The nav
1 rait o station here has boon in rom
muni.ation with Lyons, Franco, it 1
result of miw s) ii rat ik which lias
Used for 70 Years
Thru its uk Grandmother's
youthful imxaunc hat
...;. ...... ,i, i.. m A
Tfcotnt but a msmory, ) f 'N
I'lw oft, refined, pearly
white appearance it
rend,- leaves the joy
of B.iuiy wuh yoit(-,f.'-"",
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For County Livestock
Inspectors By C.&H.R.A.
Hovornnr Oleott hns been advised hv
S. O. 4'urroll, secretary of (hp Cuttl.
and Iforso Kaisers) avweiat ion, (if tin
: iv. i.iniiu'H'1 ilium of thiit aSNOcInli.iii
for ti io t nu'i) t ns live slock innpoct
on for (he two your term hogiiiiiliis
' I'miVr t'n law the Cntt'c and Horse
iK.iioi iihmh iiitinn ovcrv two veam
h'enminemli to th' gorrrnnr the n'ltnos
of experienced to,knnn for apoinl-
Iment us livost'ck, itisis'rtMrs in each "f
the i i'hmt I i vn counties nf the state H n t
for the Portland union stockvsrds.
The fi Mowing lint are recommendation"
of the assjcwtion to Ik appointed on
dure 1 when the oM terms eiiiire:
t'him Weodt, tinker; )( .1 Me Aliister,
Blt.lN K At i.fr home nine mile tnrth
of Salem 'limilny inoriiiiif;, M:iv SO,
in I ii, Mii. Naney Hiinlt, ut the ge
of '2 yearn.
She U Mirvivrd hy the following vhil
ilnn: Mm. Kunii-e .viiuth of Nulpni,
II"rliert liriitk of Salem, Jhn Brink of
Aikm,H!!, .leroir.e Iti-lnk of Nrwbprg,
Or; Mr.. Kate Knidnll of Xe York,
Kverett Urinil of (tt.inil hlnnitl, Or.,
anil Clie.Mer llrink of NVw York.
The funeral ferviepit iP lie htM
Thursday afternoon lit Z oVkck from
th p.h:iiel of Welb t Clounh and will
l e rniiiloetrd hy the .Hev. jonnston ot
the free Methodist vlmreh. Hurial will
!p in the i'itv View cimetory.
mer T I'onnel
A Kiamr, Astoiia; Kl
Deer I sin ml: A A Ilranh,
h NiehoU, I'riupvillp; J
dold Heueh; A Melloii
Hlil. Ilieudil City; Christ llainl, Ked
inond; H K Hunt, Hoiw-ljurg; deo T
Minder, I'mirie City: J.enter Wade,
Condon; W A (loodnian llurnn; C M
Anderson, Talent; Cried Murphy, An
telone; K J IteMul, (irunt i'asn; Ar
thur Uiniell, l.uella; S I lliek, fkp
viuw; V .S Htliertu, Kntfenr; 11 Taylor,
lliilsey; Jess "nrrin, Taft; ThomM Ix)
line, Hrosan; (1 M Kiep. Woodliurn;
John Uiosninn, Heppner; tletry Hnow,
orih I'nrtlnnd; Janus Stewart, More;
J K Reedy, Tillamook; Kd Wrinht, i'i
lot hoek; T H Johnson, Cove; Henry
liana, Knterpi ise; W II llitrri The
llnllpx; W It Cook, Forpst (ir.vp; liek
.llarn.hr.nnp, Mitehell; K C Myln, M-Mirnville.
By GEHTETOE BOBISON
"Red Crown" (iTecMiy
tarting. It I straight - dia
tilled, all - refinery gaaolinc,
Look for the Red Crown sign
before yon lilL
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Jhe Gasoline of Quality
IL II. CAMPBELL, Special Agi, Standard Oil Co., Salem. J
i MAN'S TROUBLE ARRKTED
"Thp past 4 years 1 havp bepii gmng
down, down, down with ratal rh of the
atoma.h anil had to fp up woTk a
year aiF lH-ean of my weakened eon
din. in. 1 miffered terribly from blunt
ing and P"lie attaeks. Mayr'a Wonder
ful Hemeilv w reeoinmended to bip.
I took a eourse of it and am now feel
iii'f fine." It is a simple, harmlran
piepHraton that romovea thp ratarrhal
muem from the intestinal trwet and al
lay th inflammation which eaum-n
praeticallr all t munch, liver and intes
tinal ailiuents, in.lu.iiu apjndicitia.
,- ..,, nll, r,.n.n.-e rr immry pi.mntiv apent p!ayui) prore.va
..ii.o.u. j. . lerry, vapitai ITufjuO. Thoss pre-t were Mow KtheT
tore, and JruKuUu everywhere. Aadermm, Mis Kmma Waldorf, Misn
Kisa Cornelia Marvin, state libra
riaa, aska that all study clube make
aotea of their in tended work for aext
year ao tiat reeerTaticns of books and
th outline stay be made. Uu. Mar
vin atya ahe will send all the printed
manuaeript outlines that she h avaa
able, to beada of the eluhs. The re
querns siould go first to the ioeal pub
he librariea, ia order that the state li
brary will not duplicate what the local
library eaa supply. '
.According to Mies Marvin there is
a Treat d.vuiao4 for books on France,
lieixiun, Jiil&aia and ether Kuropean
eonntriea. Books on reronstruvlioa and
Amerieanixation are also in demand.
Mrs. E. Hofer entertained as tier
giiesta eer the week end, Mra. 8.
V. wanton of Portland and her niece
Misa Leota Boy of Victoria, B. C,
who is at present a student at the
Oreifon Agricultural eollejte. Mra.
Swanton has returaed to Portland but
MUs Bay will remain ia Salem for a
Captain and Mrs. Allan Bynon are
expected home today from a two weeks
visit in Newport.
Mr. and Mra. Rot L. Smith, Mrs.
R. W. Walton and Mrs. A. -N. Km
er motored from Lebanon Saturday
evening to pass the week end at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. V. 1. Smith
on Center street. Mrs. Walton ex
pects to go to Portland Friday to meet
her husband, Dr. Walton, who will
soon be discharged from the service.
Mrs. James Doble district organizer
of the Women 'a club of Onklaml, Cal
ifornia, has returned home after a two
weeks visit in Salem with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ma Latham,
Mr. and Ms. 11, A. Rawson, 1237
North ISth street, left this morning
for uu extended tour of the southern
stntes. The entire trip will cover the
summer months and will be made by
auto, California, Arizona and Texas
being the principal places visited.
Washington, May 111. - Former j
Mayor B. L. Steoves of Salem, with
his wife and daughter, Murial, have
arrived here on a motor .trip which
benn April 1 and will end in October.
They will apend all summer in the east
and north and have just completed a
tour of the far south Portland Tele
Mrs. Charles H. Castnor of Hood
Raver, president of the stato Federa
tion of women's clubs, who will devote
r ' .up f-m ,n to June 3 to work
ta t&a reconstruction committee, will
...... .ui v.a.ciu Oregon tomorrow to
speak on measures to be voted upon
at the poining state election. She will
speuk. before tho club women of The
Dulles, Tuesday, -l'ter which meeting
in Pendleton, I.s- Cirande, Haker and
other points will bo arranged.
On May 29 Mrs. Cnstner will go to
southern Oregon. A meeting of the
Federation of women's clidis of that
district will be held at Medford In
order that Mrs. Castncr may be heard
Matters of importance to all women of
tho state will be discussed at a mass
meeting called by Airs. Cnstner for
tomorrow at 3 p. m.. at Hotel Port
As a farewell favor to Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Knwson, who left today
for the south, tho members of the En-
gicwoon i . n. annren were sjiotisors
for a (k'lijchtiiil social evening in the
church parlors last Wednesday, The
rooms were elaborately decorated with
flowers and the luncheon tables cen
tered with graceful bouqnots. Follow
intf the banquet speeches were made
by lieverend Our Fitch Phelps aiifl
others, A great deal of credit for the
sucepds of the pleasurable affair is due
to Mrs. hfrio Fenstman and Mrs.
Miss Marian R. Glenn, organizer of
the western division of tho nntional
committee, has arrived in Portlnnd
from San Francisco to induce profes
sional and business women's clubs to
jion tho national fe.leretion. The fed
eration includes i'lui of business wo
men, girl beginners in business, women
ia industry and in all rofcswons to
unify their muttml interests and get
direet action upon their problems and
to mako better personal adjustments
to their work and to rniso their own
standard.. Miss UWnn has just rem
pleted the organization of several CrI
lforaia women's clubs with the federa
Mia. Jennie F. Burke of Grants
Pass, president of tie Oregon Rebekah
ansembly, is a visitor in Salem, having'
come to attend the convention.
Little Mary Cupper was among the
pupils presented by Klmer Welter in
recital last Saturday afternoon. Miss
Mary is one of the cleverest child mu
sicians in the city and her interpreta
tions of her piano solos are exception
Women physicians of the Vuited
States are launching a rnnipai'tii for
thp puriH of raising money to equip
two mobile hospitals with a s'.nff of
doetors and nurses and ambulance
corps to send to Siberia. In addition
to this the American women's hospital
wd bwiid a fully equipped hnnpital to
some city of the near east, where the
need is groat.
Olcratitig under the French service
de .Sin to, four of the staff have lvcea
decorated by The French government,
this of these was lr. Mary Marl.arh
liin. The American women's hospitals
is an organiuttiou affiliated with the
American Uesl Cross. It offered its ser
vices to the government as soon as war
was declared and ita work, as planned,
was approved by Surgeon General C.or
gss. Over 100 woniea physi.-ians have
been sent across by the organization.
The La. Area stub met lart evening j
with Mm Stella Wilson at her heme
oa Vnion street. 1 The evening was
The Place for Feminine Wear
and Feminine Articles
Standard merchandise at affair margin of profit is our hobby.- A glance at
the following articles that are featured by this store will convince you.
Carter's Knitted Underwear
Kayser's Knitted Underwear
Kayser's Silk Underwear
Kayser's Silk Hosiery
Phoenix Silk Hosiery
Black Cat Hosiery'
Alexander Kid Gloves
Kayser's Silk Gloves
Marinette Knit Wear
Coats; Suits, Dresses, Petticoats, Kimonas, Waists, Children's Dresses, In
fant's Wear, Warner Corsets, Modart Corsets, Neckwear, Veiling, Ribbons,
Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Women's Habadashery
Liberty Street, Salem
Kcho Hunt, Mis Stanis Andresen, Miss
Dora Andrewn, Miss Stella Wilson,
Misa Thelnm Blestdng, Miies Marion
Miller, Mrs. Ada Zosel, Mis. Leah
Armstrong, Mrs. Claire Viibbcrt and
Mrs. Leona Peterson. The next meet
ing will be held at the liume of Mrs,
Irene St. Helens next Monday evening
Tho Vuited Artisans twill give a
hard times party in the Masonic hull
next Thursday evening, A nuiuibcr of
unusual stunts have been planned and
prices will be given for the best costumes.
State Land Settlement
CoTjnission Has No Land
To Offer Returned Yanks
Soldiers wanting to know what spe
cial opportunities they may have in se
curing land need not write the Oregon
Land Settlement commission as this
commission haa not vet cot down to
business, although it was given "0,000
by the last legislature.
A letter written to the commission nt
Portland brought tho reply that homo
stends that are still left in Oregon are
generaly regarded as not worth while.
Also that the land settlement commis
sion can. do nothing until after tde elec
tion to find out whether the bond Issue
carries. If it docs, the stuto will be in
I a position to co-operate w ith congress,
should it pass any special land laws fur
soldiers at the present session.
! With tho 30,00t) available, the land
j commission's efforts are to establish
I five i'uims which will put into practico
I farm management according to the
I ideas of the O. A. C. and which will
;nlsn determine the size of unit neces
sary for n onemun farm. The land set
tlement commission also writes: "Even
if the soldier was r.dvanred funds to
start with, it would be a doubtful gift
if he was encouraged to invest the mon
ey in a losing proposition."
j After several inquiries hail licon
made hv a mrty interested in securing
; Innn for a soldier, no definite informa
tion could bo had anywhere.
1 The commission has nothing to offer
, now and if the .",000,(l00 bonding bill
passes June 3, there will even then bo
I months of delay, according to those who
Three boys, two aged 13 and one 14,
were drowned at Council Bluffs, Iowa,
, (Saturday, while bathing in tne eity
COMBING WON'T RID ;
HAIR Or DANDBUFF
r with tho subject.
i The only sure way to (jet rid of dnrr
iclruff is to dissolve it, then you destroy
: it entirely. To do thi get about four
ounces of ordinary liquid arvon; apply
it at niight when retiring; use enough
! to moisten the scalp and rub it in gent
I ly with the finger tips.
. Do this tonight, and by morning,
most if not all, of your dandruff will
be gone, and three or four more appli
cations will completely dissolve and
entirely destroy every single sign and
trace of it, no matter how much dan
druff you may have. .
You will find, too, Unit all itching
.and digging of the scalp will stop at
ionce, and your hair will be fluffy, lus
trous, glossy silky and soft, and look
and feel a hundred times belter.
I'ou can et liquid arvon at any ding
store. It is inexpensive and never i'aiis,
to do the work.
Food For Children
serves a double purpose
Growth must be pro
vided for, as well as
. 1 j 4
ivv wear ana xeaiv
At this vital time of the
childs life parents should
p a real building "
jp food that constructs
i and maintains.
Pare and Wholesome
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